Date of Stay: April, 2012
Nightly rate reflects (3) dog charge of $1/each/day and full hookups. If electric and water and no pets, then $24/night. We stay here every year; the park is manned by SD park rangers and camp host "volunteers". They have lots of programs for kids throughout the year. Beautiful territorial views from a lot of the sites. Actually my wife's favorite park. They allow people to bring their horses in and have individual corrals (horses are $2/each/day) Most of the time the weather is perfect! Landscaping is kept up fairly well, but this late in the spring the foxtails are huge and hard to avoid getting them in the dog's ears (local vet charged $175 to remove one). Their accounting practices leave a little to be desired; when i was overcharged $63 I was told that SD County doesn't believe in refunds but a credit towards future use. Everyone that works here has been very friendly and kind. Will return again next year but there are private parks that are cheaper.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
Nice park, have stayed here several times. People in the office and store are great! The lady in the store went out of her way to be helpful and gave me a free cup of coffee. They keep the grounds clean and didn't gripe about my poodles (of course i picked up after them). Great place for kids; they make you feel at home. The kids can have a safe fishing experience. Close to the Redlands for shopping, about 30 Miles from Palm Springs. I paid a little extra to be up away from the noise of the trains; worth it. Sales lady is VERY nice and not pushy at all! Located in a beautiful area of horse ranches and orange groves. Will return again.
Date of Stay: December, 2011
Clean park, but under new ownership (not WH anymore) and as such, they don't honor the RPI rate even though they accept RPI (till the end of 2011) Felt that since they don't honor the RPI agreement of $10/nite they should have called me and told me before i got here (then i would have tried to get in somewhere else). The place was practically empty. Sewer hookup is all the way in the rear like trailer parks used to be 50 yrs ago, so I had to park on the gravel. Even tho they just put in new sewer hookups very recently they didn't want to spend the money on Cable. BTW they told me that the new rates will be $40+/nite. In Indio! We won't be back again!
Date of Stay: February, 2011
The management made it very clear that if you cancel you can forget about getting your money back, unless you want to take a rain check on some future date within a year. There was no reason to make a reservation and take a chance on that cause the place is practically empty except for the permanent residents. Probably would be a great place to take the kiddies in the summer but in the winter it is pretty miserable. It is basically like being in the woods with a power and water hookup. No concrete or gravel sites! Was told it had sewer but they obviously have had problems from the signs and all the sewer connections are permanently capped off. Also told it had Wi-Fi but they failed to mention that it was the "Tengonet" service that You have to pay for. We are traveling across the states and we have gotten far better deals elsewhere. Wouldn't stay here again.
Date of Stay: January, 2011
Very nice park; everything is kept clean and picked up. The lady at the desk is extremely cordial and made me feel welcome. The sites are all concrete with grass in between. Very reasonable rates: $120 a week. Had been in the State Park on Galveston Island but they charged more. Wi-Fi is very fast here. Would return next time I am in Galveston area
Date of Stay: February, 2010
Came in under RPI for a week. People are very friendly. The Wi-Fi works well in the clubhouse, but not at sites. No cable TV, but can get all the Los Angeles stations with the rooftop antenna (I have a HD TV and antenna). Breakfast and dinner are available on certain days. Food is a very good value and the cook is excellent. Backs up to the freeway and is a little noisy but it didn't bother me that much, although I guess that is the main complaint here. My main complaint is that they didn't screen the customers very well and some people camped by us have two pit bulls and a german shepherd. I can't believe any park would allow anyone in with such dangerous dogs. I have to take my dogs by car to the dog park cause I am afraid to walk by their trailer.
Date of Stay: January, 2010
Very nice park: nicest dog park I have ever seen. It's fenced in and goes down to the river. My poodles loved it. Everyone was very friendly. We went to the clubhouse for dinner a couple of times and the food quality was excellent and very reasonably priced. Everything was immaculate here. All the sites appear to be graveled in. Well located across the river from Parker, Arizona and about 40 miles south of Lake Havasu, Arizona. Most unusual feature of this park was a full-service pool bar with room for about 30 people. It was so popular that when I got here, there was only one stool left. Like a family bar; everyone was very pleasant. Margarettas and Bloody Mary drinks were $2. Will definitely return next year